New World, the upcoming multiplayer game from Amazon Games, is getting an open beta that is open to the public from September 9 to September 12. With the beta version, more players should get a chance to test the game ahead of its scheduled release on September 28.
Amazon Games also showed a new trailer during GamesCom that reveals more details about the game’s world and the story of the new world. The MMO was scheduled to launch on August 31, after being postponed three times. However, early this month, the New World development team introduced a favour That the game’s release has been delayed for the fourth time, this time until September 28. The developers said on Twitter They want to take a few more weeks to process the comments on the closed beta.
It became a new world in 2019 announced. Amazon stated in December of that year that the game would be released in May 2020, but the release date has been pushed back several times. Between July 20 and August 2, Amazon Studios held a closed beta, which played well. According to Amazon, more than 1 million people took part in the beta, which together accounted for more than 16 million hours of playtime. The beta version also suffered from some technical issues, including a notable issue that affected some single-player RTX 3090 graphics cards. I got burned By playing the game.
The story revolves in the New World around the island of Aeternum, which was inhabited by the ancients in the distant past. They used the powers of Azot, which guarantees, among other things, eternal life. Settlers tried to gain control of the island in the 17th century, fighting off rivals and an evil force called Corruption.
The new world is now too Pre-order From 40 euros for the standard edition. The deluxe version costs 50 euros. Players interested in the open beta can According to the developers From Wednesday, September 8 at 4:00 PM, request access via the PlayTest function in Steam or via the new Steam World page.
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